New 'Caffeine' Vaporizer Hits the Market
Wouldn't it be great if you could inhale your morning coffee instead of drinking it? Okay, some people may prefer the latter option, but that hasn't stopped one forward-thinking company from producing caffeine vaporizer.
Know as Eagle Energy Vapor, this device looks like a standard electronic cigarette. It's long, slender, and about the same size and shape as a traditional e-cig (or tobacco cigarette for that matter). However, what makes it unique is the combination of ingredients it contains. Unlike a normal electronic cigarette, the Eagle Energy Vapor does NOT contain nicotine. The though of using an e-cig without nicotine may sound a little backwards, but this device has another purpose: to provide the user with a source of energy.
As noted on the company's website, the Eagle Energy Vapor is completely free of nicotine, sugar and calories. Instead, it contains a proprietary blend of caffeine, guarana extract, taurine, and ginseng, delivering a plethora of all-natural ingredients to boost the user's energy levels.
"Our key ingredients are caffeine (guarana extract), taurine and ginseng. It may sound like that thing you pay extra for in your smoothie, but it can deliver you the caffeine you need to take on the day," wrote Eagle Energy Vapor on its website.
Being that the device is still new, we haven't seen or heard of any reviews; therefore, we can't attest to the Eagle Energy Vapor's ability to boost energy levels. Assuming it really offers a combination of the aforementioned ingredients, however, it should live up to its expectations. Vaporizers can theoretically deliver just about any compound, including caffeine. The caffeine is placed inside the atomizer in liquid form, and when enough heat is applied to it, the caffeine turns into a light, mist-like vapor that can be inhaled.
Like all vaporizers, though, the Eagle Energy Vapor must achieve a precise temperature to create vapor from the caffeine rather than burning it. If too much heat is applied, the caffeine will simply burn; thus, creating smoke.
It's important to note that Eagle Energy Vapor isn't available to the public just yet. You can "pre-order" the device on the company's website, but there's still no word yet on when it will be officially launched. In the meantime, check back with us here at VapesRush.com for all of the latest news surrounding the Eagle Energy Vapor and other personal vaporizers.
What do you think of the Eagle Energy Vapor?